Tiger Woods used a new TaylorMade driver during a practice session on Friday at the PNC Championship.
Woods hit a number of golf balls alongside his son Charlie who looked as impressive as he did last year at the same event. The father-and-son duo was wearing matching black shirts and trousers.
The 15-time major champion is set to tee it up in the Pro-Am today alongside fellow PGA Tour veteran Matt Kuchar and he practised his long game in Florida with a new TaylorMade driver. He will also be using a new Bridgestone Tour B XS prototype golf ball for this week's event.
Woods said in his press conference at the Hero World Challenge that he now hits the ball significantly shorter and joked that he'd like the USGA to move the tees up on the PGA Tour.
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Charlie, 12, also practised his putting earlier this morning as he prepares to play alongside his legendary father in the 36-hole scramble event which begins tomorrow.
Last year, the Woods pair came seventh in this fun family event, five shots behind Justin Thomas and his father Mike. Both teams played together last year and they are set to play together again at the weekend.
Charlie was hugely impressive and he showed a lot of actions and mannerisms that were similar to his father, who has won 82 times on the PGA Tour.
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It was a big surprise to many golf fans when the 45-year-old confirmed that he and his son were playing at the PNC Championship, as he ruled out a full-time return to the PGA Tour.
The PNC Championship and the Ritz-Carlton Golf Club will play host to many great champions of the game this weekend such as Gary Player, Lee Trevino and Sir Nick Faldo.